The WTA Mumbai Open is currently also called the L&T Mumbai Open after Larsen & Toubro came in as the head sponsor for the competition. And all the information around this tournament including the WTA Mumbai Open live streaming, tickets, predictions and tips can be found below as some of the women looking to break into the big league will look to feature in it.
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This tournament was earlier called the Royal Indian Open and was played in Pune in 2012. It wasn’t played between 2013 and 2016 before making a return its return in the current avatar as the WTA Mumbai Open. Hosted on outdoor hard courts at the CCI in Mumbai, it’s a part of the Challenger Series in the women’s circuit and this edition of the WTA Mumbai Open will be played from October 29 to November 4.
Currently, it belongs to the WTA 125K series and has given two of the biggest names in recent times as its winners on the two occasions it was played – Elina Svitolina in 2012 and Aryna Sabalenka last year.
Interestingly, when the concept of WTA 125s was introduced, the Mumbai Open, or as it was then called, the Pune Open, was just the second competition after the Taipei Open to become a part of it. Since then, a few others have been added to the list.
WTA Mumbai Open Schedule:
The qualifiers will be played from October 27 to October 28 while the matches for the main draw begin on October 29. On October 29, however, there will only be a few of the first round matches because it clashes with the India-West Indies cricket series game that will also be played at the same venue from that very afternoon. If you are travelling to Mumbai to watch the WTA Mumbai, you could also look at visiting the Brabourne Stadium nearby for that cricket match.
WTA Mumbai Open Live Streaming Options:
There are various ways to watch the Mumbai Open Live Streaming but if you are looking to watch it live online and bet on it, you could use one of the below mentioned bookmakers to do so. The only condition to do this is you need to be registered to that site and have a pre-funded account OR must have placed a bet within 24 hours before the live stream.
Here’re the five websites we recommend to watch the WTA Mumbai Live Streaming online:
There is another option to watch this live online and that’s to subscribe to WTA TV, who is the official live streaming partner on the WTA Tour. All WTA competitions are live streamed here but the catch is you will need to shell out $9.99 every month for this.
WTA Mumbai Open Tickets:
The best – and probably only – place to buy tickets to this WTA 125 event is to look at the official website here. Information around the tickets for the 2018 edition of the WTA Mumbai is yet to be released but we will keep an eye on it for you and release any such information here.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information on the release of tickets. In 2017, the entry was free and you could collect the tickets from court-side itself.
WTA Mumbai Open Tips & Predictions:
The list of players expected to participate in the WTA Mumbai Open is yet to be released and as soon as it’s out along with the schedule, we will update our tips and predictions below. Aryna Sabalenka is the defending champion but it’s highly unlikely she will be coming back to defend her title given her spectacular rise in women’s tennis that saw her get to the number 11 ranking in the world in October 2018.
2018 WTA Mumbai Open Tips & Predictions:
Top Player List from the 2018 Mumbai Open:
Zheng Saisai, Dalila Jakupovic, Sachia Vickery, Olga Danilovic, Luksika Khumkhum, Margarita Gasparyan, Misaki Doi, Hibino Nao, Ankita Raina, Rujuta Bhosle, Karman Thandi, Pranjala Yadlapali, Vera Zvonareva, Sabine Lisicki.